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Remember, this is a Republican Speaker in a Republican-controlled House talking about a long-time Republican congressman. There can be no claim of a witch hunt. And yet, that’s exactly what Franks tries to sell. “I have recently learned that the Ethics Committee is reviewing an inquiry regarding my discussion of surrogacy with two previous female subordinates, making each feel uncomfortable,” he said in a statement about resigning from Congress. He added in part, “But in the midst of this current cultural and media climate, I am deeply convinced I would be unable to complete a fair House Ethics investigation before distorted and sensationalized versions of this story would put me, my family, my staff, and my noble colleagues in the House of Representatives through hyperbolized public excoriation.” So, his accusers would lie? His esteemed colleagues would railroad him? Franks was a protégé and apologist for impeached and convicted former Arizona Gov. Evan Mecham. He was a one-term, one-issue (anti-abortion) member of the Arizona Legislature. He wanted to ban abortion even in cases of rape and incest, once saying, “because, you know, the incidence of rape resulting in pregnancy are very low." He called Planned Parenthood an organization that murders children for profit. He ridiculed former President Barack Obama. He claimed to care about all his constituents while voting again and again to take away health care from about 23 million Americans. He said if Russian hackers interfered with the presidential election “they merely did what the media should have done.” He told a video blogger abortion is worse than slavery, saying, “Far more of the African-American community is being devastated by the policies of today than were being devastated by the policies of slavery."